Kitchen, How to Clean?
Kitchen cleaning can seem never-ending, especially with us all spending more time at home than we ever have before. It's likely time to wipe the slate clean.
A few minutes of daily cleaning keeps you on track and messes at bay. With everyday grime wiped away, more thorough weekly and monthly cleanings aren't such a chore.
Here’s how to clean the kitchen in daily life.
Step 1, Start by clear clutter off your cabinets, refrigerator & counters.
Pick up everything that doesn’t belong in the kitchen.
Throw away expired items.
Besides, you can put things where they go after all the clutters are clear or after the kitchen is completely clean.
Step 2, Dust top to bottom (It can avoid clean again).
Dust the tops of cabinets and your refrigerator, and give light fixtures a once-over.
This way, as dirt and dust are dislodged and settle on the next lower surface, you’re sure to clean it up.
Step 3, Wash the dishes & cookware.
Clear the plates, pots and pans which do not need hand washing into the dishwasher.
Then clean any dirty dishes you plan to wash by hands. Soaking the dirty dishes first, scrubbing them with dish sponge or brush. Rinse them under tap.
And allowing anything on the drying track to dry naturally.
Step 4, Clean appliances like microwave, oven & dishwasher.
Quickly clean is okay. Do not need to spend to much time or clean too deeply.
Start by cleaning interior. Tackling tough stains and residue is an imperative task. You can scrub them by vinegar or baking soda. (Please do not use vinegar on the stainless steel, it will strip the shine.)
Then, wipe them with a soft cloth.
And you can consult the manual of the appliance.
After cleaning, you can place the small appliance together. It is easy for you to use next time.
Step 5, Shine your sink.
Clean the sink and make sure you give your taps and fixture a wipe down too.
Rinse along the edge of the basin, as well. Remove water stains from the fixtures.
And striving to keep your sink empty at all times.
Step 6, Sweep & Mop.
Sweep any specks of dust, crumbs, and garbage that might be on the floor with a broom and a dustpan.
Use a mop to get at dirt and grime.
Step 7, Empty the trash can & Place cleaning tools.
Take out the trash and replace a new bag.
You can put things where they go after kitchen is completely clean.
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